Designed by renowned British architect Simon Gidman, this is a splendid course with something to offer golfers of all abilities. The Clubhouse, set within the historic 16th century Vale Royal Abbey with stunning views across the course, offers a warm welcome and excellent cuisine.
Whether you’re organising a game among friends or an official activity for your own club, non-members can visit us for a unique golfing experience and a challenge for all levels of player.
Set within the stunning Cheshire countryside, Vale Royal Abbey Golf Course was officially opened in 1998 & has since matured to become one of the best courses in the North West.
Whether you’re considering membership, looking for a suitable venue for a golf day, or just a sociable four-ball in different surroundings, Vale Royal Abbey has everything to offer the golfing enthusiast.
Whatever your level, this is a great place to hone your skills. Each hole is individually characteristic and provides a true golfing test, requiring imaginative shot-making with every club while remaining enjoyable for all standards of golfer.
The Club’s practice facilities are second-to-none. There’s a 200-yard area with distance markers to allow you to practice club distance control. Short-game skills can be improved on the practice chipping green while putting can be grooved on the superb practice putting green. All practice facilities are managed and maintained to the same exacting standards as the golf course itself, so you can use them year-round, whatever the weather.
Set within the majestic 16th century Vale Royal Abbey with stunning views across the course, the Clubhouse offers a warm welcome to all. The splendid interior is a welcome retreat for you to meet, eat and drink. On warm days you can sit out on the terrace, a sunny, sheltered spot overlooking a large section of the course. While the club is privately owned and operates as a predominantly traditional members’ golf club, with policies being agreed by the Management Committee, we do extend a warm welcome to members’ visitors and green fee-paying visitors.